Zipper (noun)

A fastener consisting of two rows of metal or plastic teeth on strips of tape, used for opening and closing an opening, as on a garment or bag.


Zipper, a device for fastening clothing or bags, named after its inventor, whitcomb l. judson, who called it a "clasp locker" when he patented it in 1891.


  1. He struggled to zip up his jacket.
  2. She opened the zipper on her purse.
  3. The zipper on my jeans broke.
  4. He fixed the zipper on the tent.
  5. She closed the zipper on her bag.
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